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Monday, February 1 • 12:00 - 12:45
Taking the Career Development Ninja Challenge 2.0

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At Cannexus20, participants who attended the session, Taking the Career Development Ninja Challenge, were challenged to use their ninja moves to infiltrate their organizations and work with new partners to collaboratively advance career development. The presenters also accepted this challenge and will showcase new allies in career development at various levels of their post-secondary organizations including faculty and senior administrators.

Learning outcomes:
  • Explore transfer of learning from one conference to another
  • Examine strategies for influencing career development across disciplines
  • Develop creative ways to foster interdisciplinary career development allies

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Candy Ho

Faculty, Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Candy Ho teaches in the Co-operative Education department and in Faculty of Arts’ Educational Studies department at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. She is keenly interested in educational leadership, and in particular the role of post-secondary professionals in student career... Read More →
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Jennifer Browne (Moderator)

Director, Student Life, Memorial University
Jennifer Browne is the Director of Student Life at Memorial University providing leadership to multiple areas including career development. She is an active CERIC volunteer and a past CERIC Board Chair.
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Atifa Karim

Lead Co-ordinator, Career Education, University of Toronto
Atifa Karim leads a team of Career Educators, who develop and facilitate a range of group and individual career education programming for thousands of students and recent graduates annually.
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Linda Pardy

Associate Dean of Students for the College of Arts, University of the Fraser Valley
Dr. Linda Pardy is Associate Dean of Students for the College of Arts, where she strategically encourages and supports faculty to embed career and student development theory into all Humanities and Social Science courses.


Monday February 1, 2021 12:00 - 12:45 EST